The Alexander Technique Applied to the Technique and Posture of 29 Western Musical Instruments
WHEN YOU PLAY AN INSTRUMENT OR SING OR CONDUCT, THE MORE WAYS YOU DISCOVER TO PERFORM OR CONDUCT DOING THE LEAST AMOUNT OF PHYSICAL WORK WITH HIGH DYNAMIC AND FULLY BALANCED FROM HEAD TO TOE, THE MORE LIKELY YOU WILL BE PERFORMING OR CONDUCTING YOUR WHOLE LIFE. YOU WILL MOVE BETTER AND BETTER, AS YOU GET OLDER AND OLDER.
This ebook is a detailed introduction to and application of the principles of the Alexander Technique to 29 of the most played instruments in the symphonies, chamber music groups, and as solo instruments from the Western culture, classical and other styles. Included in the 29 are singing and conducting.
This is a practical application to technique and/or posture on all 29 instruments. If you are interested in complete, detailed, and practical applications of the Alexander Technique principles of good posture and technique on a specific instrument, an ebook dedicated to each instrument is published on Amazon Kindle.
The 29 instruments are: Alto Saxophone, Banjo, Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Classical Guitar, Conducting, Drum Set, Double Bass, English Horn, Flute, French Horn, Harp, Harpsichord, Jazz and Rock Guitar, Lute, Mandolin, Oboe, Organ, Piano, Singing, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Viola, Viola da Gamba, and Violin.
There is also a section of this ebook that is COLLECTED SHORT ESSAYS IN THE ORDER WRITTEN.
Ethan Kind is a former concert guitarist who used the Alexander Technique to heal carpal tunnel pain in his left wrist and never had physical problems on the guitar again. He has also been an athlete all of his life. Please contact Mr. Kind if you have any questions about this ebook, suggestions that would make this ebook clearer and more expansive, or suggestions for other ebooks that you would like to see him write about. Mr. Kind can be reached at www.ethankind.com and [email protected]
This book is 220 pages